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Sens Talk / Under Eugene Melnyk, Senators have lost $94 million
« on: August 08, 2014, 10:54:04 PM »
“Could we spend more money on players? You could,” Melnyk said during a lengthy interview with the Citizen. “But stats have proven over and over that there is a road of less return because you’re starting then to pay for more mediocre players, especially in the unrestricted free agent market where everybody is scrambling.

Sens Talk / Spezza Press Conference Dallas Stars
« on: July 10, 2014, 10:45:50 AM »
For you who never saw this, I wish Jason the best going forward.

Sens Talk / Spezza traded
« on: July 01, 2014, 11:41:22 AM »

Jason Spezza traded by Senators to Stars along with Ludwig Karlsson in exchange for Alex Chiasson, Alex Guptill, Nicholas Paul and a second-round pick in 2015.

Thought this was  interesting especially most comments seem to want to keep Spezza I am also leaning towards; why not resign Spezza? After all he and Hemsky started to get something going. What do we have if we let go of one of our best forwards?
Just saying...

Sens Talk / Should Sens Sign Dan Boyle?
« on: May 22, 2014, 12:20:34 AM »
With the Sharks not resigning Dan Boyle there has been alot of talks about his destinations as one of them has been our sens, even heard it on team 1200 today that Dan would love to come back to Ottawa as he has deep roots here. What do u guys think, should sens pick him up Yes or No or Maybe? What do ypu think?
I say yes but not for more than 2 years

General Hockey Discussions / Team Sweden set for the Olympics 2014
« on: January 07, 2014, 04:53:05 PM »
1 Jhonas Enroth, 25, Buffalo,
30 Henrik Lundqvist, 31, New York Rangers,
50 Jonas Gustavsson, 29, Detroit,
3 Oliver Ekman-Larsson, 22, Phoenix,
4 Niklas Hjalmarsson, 26, Chicago,
7 Henrik Tallinder, 34, Buffalo
23 Alexander Edler, 27, Vancouver,
27 Johnny Oduya, 32, Chicago,
52 Jonathan Ericsson, 29, Detroit
55 Niklas Kronwall, 32, Detroit
65 Erik Karlsson, 23, Ottawa
11 Daniel Alfredsson, 41, Detroit,
14 Patrik Berglund, 25, St Louis,
16 Marcus Krüger, 23, Chicago,
18 Jakob Silfverberg, 23, Anaheim,
19 Nicklas Bäckström, 26, Washington,
20 Alexander Steen, 29, St Louis,
21 Loui Eriksson, 28, Boston,
22 Daniel Sedin, 33, Vancouver,
33 Henrik Sedin, 33, Vancouver,
40 Henrik Zetterberg, 33, Detroit,
42 Jimmie Ericsson, 33, Skellefteå,
62 Carl Hagelin, 25, New York Rangers,
92 Gabriel Landeskog, 21, Colorado,
93 Johan Franzén, 34, Detroit,

Sens Talk / Olympics - Brian Burkes Comments On Bobby Ryan
« on: January 02, 2014, 01:20:42 PM »
So I guess most of you found out that Bobby's not playing for Team USA in the olympics.
I Agree with Ryan that Burkes comment was totally gutless. :icon_angry2:
What do you guys think?

7 year $59.5 M avg 8.5 M/k
Is he really worth that much? It seems a bit crazy.|NHL|home

Sens Talk / Well I wouldn't mind if....
« on: July 18, 2013, 12:53:46 AM »

« on: April 11, 2013, 09:51:22 AM »
Tonight's the night....
We are facing a very tough contender in Philadelphia Flyers tonight.
The key for success is consistency. And also making sure that the entire game is a consistent effort, and not to become complacent at any point. I think a lineup shakeup is direly needed. Condra for one thing needs to be moved back up because he is undeniably one of the biggest possession driver with one of the best hockey smarts on the team. On the contrary I'm sure most of us here expected to see what we are witnessing right no;  when all our star players went down to injury... Crazy stuff I mean, Karlsson, Spezza, Michalek, Anderson and Cowen gone, and the team somehow pulled together and played some of the best hockey we have ever witnessed as Sens fans. Because of that we are still in the playoff race! Now that this injury ravaged team is finally coming back down to earth; we all tend to come out to point fingers at players that are all playing roles they shouldn't be due to all the injuries.
So for me; even if our Sens do not make the playoffs, I will still be a proud fan for what guys have accomplished this season. Although, I do have a feeling that we will make it. Michalek will have a huge impact when he comes back and so will Cowen. Hopefully we get Spezza back for the playoffs as well.
Go Sens Go!!

Ps I know I am not an avid writer here at sensnetwork but these are just my two cents worth..

Sens Talk / When could Jason Spezza return? - Update
« on: March 14, 2013, 01:40:20 PM »
Just to share these news....
Update: Spezza is still experiencing stiffness in his back and may not return for another four weeks, Renaud Lavoie of reports.
Recommendation: There was hope Spezza would be able to return in early April after he received medical clearance to increase his workout activities last week. It now sounds like he may not be ready until close to the end of the regular season, but his if he can get right in time for the playoffs, it would be a big boost for Ottawa.

Sens Talk / Matt Cooke won’t be suspended for hit on Erik Karlsson
« on: February 14, 2013, 09:56:52 AM »
After reviewing the incident, NHL disciplinarian Brendan Shanahan informed both teams this morning there will be no further action by the league.
This just makes me wanna puke :icon_angry2: :icon_angry2: :icon_angry2:

Just felt like having this kind of vote.
Please place your bets..

Avalanche name Landeskog captain
PS. Those Swedes surely make great captains  :laugh2:

Sens Talk / Kyle Turris 5 year deal
« on: August 29, 2012, 01:12:53 PM »
Kyle Turris signed to a 5 year deal as per

Sens Talk / Last season's success could be springboard for Sens
« on: August 23, 2012, 09:42:38 AM »
The Ottawa Senators took their fans on an incredible roller coaster ride last season, one general manager Bryan Murray believes was started by having such a young team that was also adjusting to life with a new head coach.
Faced with very low expectations coming off a season when the Senators finished 13th in the Eastern Conference (19 points out of a playoff spot), Ottawa began as everyone expected with a 1-5-0 start.
However, that was followed by a six-game winning streak, then a five-game skid and a three-game winning streak, providing an early indication of how the Senators would play a season marked by extreme peaks and valleys, culminating in a Game 7 defeat in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs at the hands of the top-seeded New York Rangers.|NHL|home
Good article and are so glad Alfie is back. I just hope that the NHL starts normally..

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